Great book detailing case studies of businesses learning and truly trying to adhere to a corporate culture of decision by experimentation as apposed to decision by committee.
The methods will frustrate you if your organisation is wedded to hierarchical decision making but hopefully ensure modern business leaders to really think about how they are leading their businesses.
Does your business really create customer value in everything it does.........read this book then ask yourself the same question.
I like the overall performance in this product. Sometimes the content becomes a bit dry, and I suspect it is better in print than when listened to.
This book contains great content and explanations around LEAN methodologies. At times a little tedious listening through it. Really enjoyed the real world business examples.
Thought the book had great points, especially about new ways to think about entrepreneurship and innovation. It gives hope that you don't need the perfect product or solution right now, but rather it's more critical to have the right parts put together to learn, and then make strategic decisions. Great book, new way of thinking.
Kind of boring. A good indication is if I am falling asleep at the wheel.
Maybe. I might be more likely to listen if it was narrated by someone else.
There is some good info in this book. It is a highly recommended
I would like to read about these tools in a book rather than audio book so that I have the time to reflect and visualise. Audio books tend to stress me a bit. Could depend on my unaccustome to audio books.
The book it definitely worth reading.
Don't get me wrong Eric Ries brings up great methods to develop, test and grow your business but it can get very monotone. This may be that my business is not in the tech industry but I had trouble paying attention. Cliff notes might be a better option if you are strapped for time.